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Using Coaching Skills to Improve Leadership - Webinar

  • ID: 4471552
  • Webinar
  • March 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 60 Minutes
  • Online Compliance Panel
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The most effective leaders use coaching skills as part of their leadership style. Coaching is the key component to enhance direct reports and team performance. Leaders who use coaching skills have more successful careers and improved business results. Learn the key steps to coaching employees on performance or on behavioral issues. Learn some coaching models to improve direct report performance.

Objectives of the Presentation:
  • Understand what coaching is
  • Learn how to build the coaching relationship and motivate your employee
  • Learn the principles of coaching and develop a Coaching Plan with SMART goals
  • Use the G.R.O.W. coaching process to facilitate beneficial coaching conversations
  • Learning Coaching Conversation to build trust and 4 square coaching model
Why Should you Attend:

Coaching is a process of helping another individual achieve their goals and improve their performance. Coaching in the workplace typically focuses on an improving individual performance, career development and employee growth. Unfortunately, coaching as the part of a manager's role is not well supported. In this webinar, you'll learn what you can do to become a more effective coach.

Areas Covered:
  • Role as a manager
  • Benefits of coaching
  • Coaching competencies
  • Attributes of a coach
  • What coaching is and what it is NOT
  • When to coach and when NOT to coach
  • Coaching relationship
  • Coaches role
  • Principles of coaching
  • Set realistic goals
  • G.R.O.W. model of coaching
  • Transtheoretical model of change
  • 4 square Model
  • Coaching conversation model
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  • Senior HR executives
  • HR leaders
  • Members of the senior executive team
  • Directors, coordinators and supervisors
  • Anyone leading and driving leadership and organizational culture transformation
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